BENTON — Employee benefit fund trustees is suing C. Howell Construction Inc., an employer, citing alleged breach of collective bargaining agreements.
News from November 2018
BENTON — A patient is suing the U.S. government for $5 million, claiming an injury after having blood drawn at the Southern Illinois Healthcare Foundation, a federal government agency.
EDWARDSVILLE — A woman claims she was injured while jumping on a trampoline at a recreational complex.
BELLEVILLE – Charles J. Baricevic, Grey Chatham, and their firm were subjected to fines and penalties on their taxes, according to a complaint Chatham filed in St. Clair County circuit court on Nov. 19.
Illinois Gov.-elect J.B. Pritzker says one of his first legislative priorities is to focus on things that will “lift up the standard of living” for Illinoisans by “putting dollars back in their pockets.”
Attendees at a recent conference on asbestos litigation were advised to ask claimants about the history of cancer in families, and potentially then ask for a test because of the link between some mesothelioma cases and potential genetic factors.
BELLEVILLE — A customer claims he was injured when a table top was dropped on his foot at the Fairview heights Goodwill.
BENTON — A woman is suing her insurance company for allegedly denying her long-term disability benefits.
BENTON — An employer is suing healthcare benefit plan administrators for allegedly failing to manage and administer the plaintiff's employees' health benefits program.
When two parties in litigation agree to a “good faith” settlement, that’s good, right? It brings the dispute to an end sooner, ensures that the outcome is acceptable to both sides, and eliminates the risk of a decision less favorable to one side or the other.
St. Clair County Circuit Judge Jan Fiss is remembered as a devoted family man and an impartial judge who gave out tough sentences.
SPRINGFIELD – State Senator James Clayborne, whose campaign fund held about $200,000 when he announced his retirement, has drained much of that amount on travel.
SPRINGFIELD — Gov. Bruce Rauner's veto of a bill that raised the award cap from $100,000 to $2 million for tort cases against the state that are litigated in the Illinois Court of Claims has been overridden.